S-REITs, in general, has so far made a strong showing which came on the back of growing investor interest that arose from the uncertain outlook of US-China trade war. As we re-enter the phase of escalating tensions and rising tariffs, investors may once again look to S-REITs in hunt for higher yields and stability.
Integrated electronics manufacturing services provider Jubilee Industries Holdings (Jubilee) saw earnings more than tripling to $3.3 million in its latest FY19 results.
Every year, tens of thousands of investors flock to Omaha to attend Berkshire Hathaway’s Annual General Meeting (AGM). As Berkshire Hathaway (Berkshire) has started live-streaming the event in recent years, investors and non-investors alike can witness live, as Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett and his right-hand man Charlie Munger share their unscripted views on the company, the markets and the economy.
Once again, the quarterly earnings season is in full swing. As companies release their results, analysts are on the streets are also busying themselves with revising their estimates.
Investors often view dividend stocks as assets that are ideal for retirees looking to generate passive income. While clearly they can be vehicles to serve such purpose, dividend stocks can also offer opportunities for capital growth.
When Warren Buffett acquired See’s Candies in 1972, he called the boxed candy business “the prototype of a dream business.”
The first quarter of 2019 has been kind to investors. At its highest, the local benchmark Straits Times Index returned a positive 7 percent, from the beginning of the year to late February. However, as March draws to an end, the broader market started to sell-off once again and we see a higher probability of downward pressure going into 2Q19.
Most Singaporeans should be familiar with Fraser & Neave (F&N). It is perhaps one of the oldest homegrown establishments with a long corporate history dating as far back to 1883 when it was first founded by John Fraser and David Chalmers Neave.
Asia’s leading agribusiness giant Wilmar International (Wilmar) posted its FY18 results after the market closed on 21 February 2019. When the market reopened the following day, Wilmar’s stock gapped down from a 52-week high of $3.40 to $3.26, registering a negative four percent post-earnings performance.
For some time, surround sounds have been synonymous with full-sized speakers in the theatres. That perception finally changed, when Creative Technology (Creative) made waves with the release of Super X-Fi – a dongle that recreates three-dimensional audio when plugged into any audio source. The new technology seeks to transform how one can enjoy realistic audio, even on the move, without having to burn pockets for expensive surround sound systems.